Lightbulb Sun

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Lightbulb Sun is the sixth studio album by British progressive rock band Porcupine Tree, first released in May 2000, and later reissued in 2008 on CD, DVD-A surround sound, and vinyl.[3]

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Lightbulb Sun
Cover art by John Foxx
Studio album by
Released22 May 2000[1]
RecordedNovember 1999 – January 2000
StudioFoel Studio, Llanfair Caereinion, & No Man's Land, Hemel Hempstead, Britain
ProducerSteven Wilson
Porcupine Tree chronology
Stupid Dream
Lightbulb Sun
Voyage 34: The Complete Trip
Singles from Lightbulb Sun
  1. "Four Chords That Made a Million"
    Released: April 2000
  2. "Shesmovedon"
    Released: July 2000

This album, along with their prior album Stupid Dream, is considered to have a more commercial, poppier sound, as opposed to the abstract instrumental sound of their prior albums, or the heavier metal sound in their subsequent albums of the 2000s.[4] The album is divided into two parts between "Rest Will Flow" and "Hatesong". The first part concentrates more on melodic, pop elements of Porcupine Tree's style, while the second has a more experimental character.[5]

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